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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-25-2008, 06:42 PM Thread Starter
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Don't have a grill to cook up your burger? No problem

What will they think of next


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mmm... carbon monoxide.

I was once given one of these.
We strapped it onto the exhaust can of the Hawk and threw two spicy Italian sausages in it. Even safety wired the bugger.

Then rode up to Minneapolis. They didn't really cook well, nobody wanted to eat the 10 hour slow roasted sauages, and so they ended up as a bit of a science experiment. I left them in there for the ride home and man, the stink when we opened the container was FOUL.

I would not buy this burger maker thingy, y'know, in case you were considering it.
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We cook on locomotives, but not by using the deadly fumes from it.
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I am trained at finding usless crap. LOL I still have an hour or so to find some more useless crap so stay tuned!
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Leave a soup can on a sidewall heater of a locomotive, then watch someone else open it. They explode. Good times.
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If you actually read the article, you would all know that the exhaust fumes simply heat a metal plate...the exhaust never comes directly in contact with the burger itself. It's like a foreman for you tailpipe.

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Leave a soup can on a sidewall heater of a locomotive, then watch someone else open it. They explode. Good times.
Yeah there was an injury a few years back with an Ill crew with that method. Too bad you guys don't get microwaves like the CN engines.

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If you actually read the article, you would all know that the exhaust fumes simply heat a metal plate...the exhaust never comes directly in contact with the burger itself. It's like a foreman for you tailpipe.
not that i think its a good idea but yeah just to clarify...


"Before you start complaining about the taste of carbon monoxide and the cancer risks of automotive air pollution, look closely at the design. The exhaust merely heats the upper element of the device, cooking your burger much like a Foreman Grill"

I mean who would actually think the exhaust gasses would be in contact with the food in any way?

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